Bennett: PA bid at UN is 'diplomatic terrorist attack'

November 29, 2012 10:13


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Habayit Hayehudi head Naftali Bennett on Thursday called the Palestinian Authority's bid for statehood at the UN "a political terrorist attack," and called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to withdraw his stated support for the two-state solution, according to Israel Radio.

Bennet said that Netanyahu's expressed support for a Palestinian state in a 2009 speech at Bar Ilan University is making it impossible for him to explain to the international community why he is against the PA's unilateral moves at the UN. "This state of national schizophrenia is unhealthy for Israel," Bennet said.

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